DGHS issues statement over JKG’s corona test scam

11 Jul 2020 22:06, Somoy English Desk
DGHS issues statement over JKG’s corona test scam
DGHS issues statement over JKG’s corona test scam

In the wake of JKG chairman Dr Sabrina Arif Chowdhury’s assertion that its Director General knew about the corona test deception by the JKG, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) issued a statement on Saturday.

“The JKG Health Care was allowed to set up corona test booths to expand the Covid-19 services, the statement said. 

It also said the DGHS had no idea that the company could cheat people.

Earlier in the day, JKG chairman Dr Sabrina Arif Chowdhury claimed that she had earlier informed the Director General of the DGHS about the corona test fraudulence.

JKG Health Care Chairman Dr Sabrina Arif Chowdhury came to the spotlight as their company’s false corona report scam surfaced.

The company provided thousands of fake and fictitious Covid-19 reports by collecting samples from people and dropping those in drains.

The CEO of the organisation and Sabrina’s husband Arif Chowdhury and six others were sent to jail on deception charges. But Sabrina still remains out of touch.

She was finally caught on the camera of Somoy News.  Sabrina claimed her innocence and said she was not the chairman of the JKG.

She said there is no question to be JKG chairman. “Rather it’s a sister concern of the Oval Company. The Oval Group is a privately-owned company and Arifur Rahman is its owner.”

Sabrina said she had informed DGHS DG Abul Kalam Azad about JKG's scam.

"I informed the DG and ADG about this," she claimed.

Somoy News could not reach Abul Kalm over phone for his comment over the matter despite repeated attempts.

The DGHS, however, did not say anything about Sabrina’s statement about its DG and ADG.


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